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Qatari cuisine

Qatari cuisine is strongly influenced by Iranian and Indian cuisines. Seafood and dates are staple foods in the country's cuisine.[1]

Main dishes

Burghul pilaf

A dish made of cracked wheat, butter, onion, beef or chicken, and spices.

Baba ghanoush

Main article: Baba ghanoush

Cooked eggplant dish.

Tabbouleh Salad

Main article: Tabbouleh
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Koussa Mahshi

A classic salad dish made from tomatoes, cucumbers and scallions and flavored with mint and parsley.

Qatari Machbous

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Kabsa,also called machboos

Rice with meat, onions, tomatoes and spices.

Waraq enab

Rice stuffed vine leaves.[2]

Koussa mahshi

Stuffed courgettes.

Ghuzi

Roast lamb on rice and nuts.

Levantine shawarma

Roasted meat in pita bread.

Kabsa

Main article: Kabsa

Rice, meat and vegetables with spices.

Balaleet

Noodles cooked with sugar, cinnamon, saffron and cardamom. There is often an omelet on top.

Drinks

Arabic coffee

Main article: Arabic coffee

Made from beans and spiced with cardamom, often sweetened or served with dates.

Qahwa helw

A bright orange mixture with cardamom, saffron and sugar.[2]

Mint and lemon cocktail

Avocado smoothie

Leben

Main article: Leben (milk product)

Milk product similar to yogurt.

Dips

Hummus

A dip made with tahini (a sesame paste) and chickpeas.

Motabel

A paste made from eggplant, garlic and tahini.

Michee

Hummus without tahini.

Desserts

Om ali

Bread and rice pudding.[3]

Mehalabiya

Rose water and pistachio pudding.

Esh asaraya

Cheesecake with cream.

References

  1. ^ "Culture of Qatar". Hilal Plaza. Retrieved 6 May 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "Traditional Qatari Cuisine".AngloINFO Limited.
  3. ^ "Qatar Food and Food Etiquette". Qatar Visitor.

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